2019 Nissan Titan Vs. 2019 Ram 1500
If you need a vehicle that can handle big work and big play, you’ll want to look into a full-size pickup truck. These machines can handle what you throw at them, and these days, they tend to do it with style.
The 2019 Nissan Titan continues the model’s reputation for excellence by maintaining its comfortable ride, satisfying handling, and pleasant, quiet cabin. It also boasts best-in-class standard horsepower and torque, admirably wedding comfort to capability. And for 2019, a 7-inch touchscreen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are now standard.
The 2019 Ram 1500 is a vehicle that’s been getting a lot of press recently. Does this flashy attention-seeker have what it takes to stand up to the beastly 2019 Titan?
2019 Nissan Titan
2019 Ram 1500
|9,240 to 9,660 pounds||Towing Capacity||6,280 to 7,520 pounds|
|390 hp||Standard Horsepower||305 hp|
|394 pound-feet||Standard Torque||269 pound-feet|
|5 years/100,000 miles||Basic Warranty||3 years/36,000 miles|
|5||Available Bed Mounted Cargo Rails||2|
|Available||Rear Seat Delete||Not Available|
|Available (class-exclusive)||Intelligent Around View® Monitor||Not Available|
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The 2019 Nissan Titan provides a higher towing capacity, more standard torque, and more standard horsepower, all for a lower starting price than the 2019 Ram 1500. Though the 2019 1500 may talk big, the 2019 Nissan Titan brings the performance where it counts.
Capability is further enhanced by exclusive features such as five available bed-mounted cargo rails, a rear-seat delete that allows more internal storage possibility, and the class-exclusive available Intelligent Around View® Monitor.
Other standard features in the 2019 Nissan Titan include: 7-inch Touchscreen Satellite Radio Apple CarPlay and Android Auto Bluetooth USB Port Four- or Six-Speaker Audio System
The impressive capabilities and features of the 2019 Nissan Titan are all wrapped up in the impressive 5-year/100,000 mile basic warranty, which is significantly longer than the coverage provided by Ram.